Chelsea snatch draw; Liverpool...
A review of Saturday's Barclays Premier League action, including Chelsea's draw with West Brom and a win for Liverpool.

Eden Hazard scores his last-gasp leveller from the spot
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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho remains unbeaten in the Barclays Premier League at Stamford Bridge after a controversial late penalty allowed the home side to snatch a 2-2 draw against West Brom.

Premier League
1 Arsenal 25
2 Liverpool 23
3 Southampton 22
4 Chelsea 21
5 Everton 20
6 Tottenham 20
7 Man City 19
8 Man Utd 17
9 West Brom 14
10 A Villa 14
11 Newcastle 14
12 Hull City 14
13 Cardiff 12
14 Swansea 11
15 Norwich 11
16 West Ham 10
17 Fulham 10
18 Stoke City 9
19 Sunderland 4
20 C Palace 4last updated 09/11 19:26
Mourinho's teams were never beaten on their home patch in the top flight during his first spell in charge, and they have embarked on another undefeated run since the Portuguese returned to the club in the summer.

They were in peril at 2-1 behind against the Baggies deep into stoppage time, however referee Lee Probert deemed Steven Reid to have fouled Ramires in the penalty area and handed Chelsea a spot-kick.

Eden Hazard, in Mourinho's bad books earlier in the week after a passport blunder, converted with a cheeky pass into the bottom right corner.

It meant Mourinho's former assistant Steve Clarke was denied a famous win over his old boss, whose team nevertheless slipped to fourth place in the table, behind Southampton and Liverpool, plus leaders Arsenal.

Chelsea went ahead with a close-range poacher's finish from Samuel Eto'o right on 45 minutes, but Shane Long gave a warning of what was to come when he headed against the left post early in the second half.

Long equalised in the 60th minute, nodding in from close range after Petr Cech powered a thumping header from Gareth McAuley, and Stephane Sessegnon then fired the Baggies ahead eight minutes later when his low left-footed shot embarrassed the Chelsea goalkeeper.

West Brom protested long and hard about the late penalty, which looked soft, but Hazard took full advantage.

Liverpool returned to winning ways as they swept to a 4-0 win against Fulham at Anfield to go second in the table.

Beaten by Arsenal in their last outing when top spot was up for grabs, Brendan Rodgers' side responded positively and Luis Suarez scored twice against Martin Jol's side.

Their breakthrough goal came from an opponent in the 23rd minute, as Fernando Amorebieta headed the ball into his own net under pressure from men in red shirts after Steven Gerrard whipped over a free-kick.

Defender Martin Skrtel scored the second three minutes later, meeting a corner from the right delivered by Gerrard and heading in at the near post.

Almost inevitably, striker Luis Suarez got in on the scoring action with Liverpool's third in the 36th minute, firing past Maarten Stekelenburg after good work from Jordan Henderson. And the Uruguayan cracked in the fourth too, after 54 minutes, with Gerrard setting up his third goal of the game.

Liverpool closed to two points behind leaders Arsenal, whose next assignment comes at Manchester United on Sunday.

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Norwich 3 - 1 West Ham
Liverpool 4 - 0 Fulham
C Palace 0 - 0 Everton
A Villa 2 - 0 Cardiff
Chelsea 2 - 2 West Brom
Southampto 4 - 1 Hull CityPremier League Results
Southampton climbed two places to third with a 4-1 home win over Hull.

Morgan Schneiderlin headed the home side in front after 16 minutes, Ricky Lambert's penalty on the half-hour mark doubled Southampton's lead, and a fine solo goal from Adam Lallana - called up by England this week - capped a fine 45 minutes from Mauricio Pocchetino's men.

Yannick Sagbo pulled one back for Hull early in the second half but an 88th-minute effort from Steven Davis restored the three-goal cushion.

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Liverpool are hoping to get back to winning ways as they host Fulham at AnfieldChelsea were also beaten in their last Premier League game so will be looking to bounce back against West BromMorgan Schneiderlin celebrates after giving Southampton the lead against HullAn own goal puts Liverpool 1-0 up against Fulham before Martin Skrtel doubles their advantageLuis Suarez makes it 3-0 before half-time with this finishSuarez celebrates with Daniel Sturridge, who will be keen to get his first of the match after the breakRickie Lambert fires home from the spot to give Southampton a 2-0 lead over the TigersAnd the Saints are all smiles when Adam Lallana puts them 3-0 upWhat a way for Lallana to celebrate his first call-up to the England squadSamuel Eto'o's goal on the stroke of half-time puts Chelsea ahead against West BromShane Long stuns Stamford Bridge with an equaliser after the breakIt's too easy for Liverpool today as Luis Suarez makes it 4-0 against the CottagersRemarkably, West Brom go 2-1 up at Chelsea thanks to a Stephane Sessegnon goalLeandro Bacuna puts Aston Villa on course for victory over CardiffLibor Kozak adds the second in a 2-0 winJose Mourinho can't believe what he's watching as his side struggle in search of an equaliserBut deep into stoppage-time a penalty from Eden Hazard rescues a point for the BluesThe Baggies are fuming with a decision they feel has cost them two pointsElsewhere, Steven Davis completes the scoring in Southampton's 4-1 victory over HullCrystal Palace's clash with Everton, which kicked off late due to traffic issues nearby, finishes goallessIn the late kick-off Norwich came from a goal down to beat West Ham 3-1

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Aston Villa left it late to break down Cardiff.

With 15 minutes remaining their Villa Park tussle was goalless, but Leandro Bacuna's free-kick and Libor Kozak's header in the close quarter of an hour gave Villa the points.

Crystal Palace's home clash with Everton finished goalless.

In the late kick-off, Norwich produced a comeback 3-1 victory to beat West Ham at Carrow Road and ease the pressure on manager Chris Hughton.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce had labelled the match a "six-pointer" earlier in the week and it was his side who dominated the first half and duly led at the break courtesy of Ravel Morrison's third league goal of the season.

The Canaries were jeered off at half-time but emerged a much more cohesive unit as Gary Hooper scored his first league goal for the club from the penalty spot before Robert Snodgrass curled in a match-winning free-kick and Leroy Fer added a late effort to secure a 3-1 win.